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Data Set 1 4 3 2 1

The description of how the A clear description of how A description of the No description of the

data was collected is given in the data was collected is experiment is present, but experiment is provided,

enough detail to replicate the given, with some detail. is unclear or missing or is provided but is

experiment. major detail. unclear.

Obtaining

The results are recorded

Data

The results are clearly recorded and labelled in an organized The results are recorded, The results are partially

and labelled, in an organized manner. but are difficult to recorded and/or not

manner. interpret or are present.

unlabeled.

The theoretical probabilities of The theoretical probabilities The theoretical The theoretical

each result are accurately of each result are calculated probabilities of each probabilities of each

calculated. with one or no mistakes. result are calculated with result are inaccurately

2-3 mistakes. calculated or missing.

Theoretical Both a bar graph and circle Both a bar graph and circle

Probabilities graph are present. Graphs are graph are present, with one Both a bar and circle Neither, or only one of

neat and include labels. minor error or missing graph are present. the graphs, have been

labels. completed.

More than one error or

missing component.

The experimental probabilities The experimental The experimental The experimental

of each result are accurately probabilities of each result probabilities of each probabilities of each

calculated. are calculated with one or result are calculated with result are inaccurately

no mistakes. 2-3 mistakes. calculated or missing.

Experimental Both graphs are present.

Probabilities Graphs are neat and include Both a bar graph and circle Both a bar and circle Neither, or only one of

labels. graph are present, with one graph are present. the graphs, have been

minor error or missing completed.

labels. More than one error or

missing component.

Theoretical and experimental Theoretical and Theoretical and Theoretical and

probabilities are thoroughly experimental probabilities experimental probabilities experimental

compared, with insightful are compared, with some are compared, with little probabilities were not

Comparison explanations for any major explanation of any explanation of any compared OR,

differences. differences. differences. if compared, no

explanations were

given.

Yays vs. Nays 4 3 2 1

Worksheet The worksheet is complete The worksheet is complete The worksheet is mostly The worksheet is

with accurate graphs, and with mostly accurate graphs complete. Calculations are incomplete.

accurate calculations. and calculations. mostly correct. Graphs are

unclear or missing labels. Inaccurate calculations,

Insightful explanations to the There are clear explanations messy/unclear graphs.

final questions are provided. to the final questions. There is some explanation

in the final questions. There is little or no

0-2 mistakes are made 2-3 mistakes are made explanation in the final

throughout the assignment. throughout. 3-4 mistakes throughout. questions.

4 or more mistakes

throughout.

Name: ________________

Data Set 2 4 3 2 1

5 survey questions are 4-5 survey questions are 4-5 survey questions are 3 or fewer survey

present, with target present with target present, with target questions are present,

audiences stated for each. audiences stated for each. audiences stated for at with one or fewer target

least 2-3 questions. audiences stated.

Survey

Target audience(s) clearly Target audience(s)

Questions

corresponds to the question. somewhat corresponds to Target audience(s) loosely Target audiences, if

the question. corresponds to the stated, do not

question. correspond to the

question.

One question has a minimum One question has 20-24 One question has 15-19 One question has fewer

of 25 pieces of data. pieces of data. pieces of data. than 15 pieces of data,

OR no survey was taken.

Surveying Results are clearly recorded Results are recorded and in Results are recorded and

in an organized manner. a mostly organized manner. somewhat organized, but Results are recorded but

are difficult to interpret. difficult to interpret, or

missing.

Choice of sample and the Choice of sample and Choice of sample and Choice of sample and

Sampling sampling technique was sampling technique are sampling technique are sampling technique are

Technique explained with clear reasons. stated and somewhat stated but not explained. not stated or explained.

explained.

Survey question and sampling Survey question and Survey question OR No bias analysis is

technique are thoroughly sampling technique are sampling technique is present, or is claimed to

analyzed for bias. analyzed for most bias. analyzed for bias, but not be completely unbiased.

Bias both.

Types of bias are stated, with Types of bias are clearly No types of bias are

explanations and suggestions stated and explained. Types of bias present are stated.

to lessen bias. stated, but not explained.

The mean, median, and mode The mean, median, and One of the measures of Only one of the

Central

are all accurately calculated. mode are all calculated. central tendency are measures of central

Tendency

missing. tendency are calculated,

No errors. Only one error. or none are.

(mean, median,

1-2 errors are present.

mode)

3 or more errors.

Spread Range, variance, and Range, variance, and One of the measures of Only one of the

standard deviation are standard deviation are spread calculations are measures of spread are

(range, accurately calculated and calculated. missing. calculated, or none are.

variance, stated.

standard 1 minor error. 2-3 errors are present. More than 4 errors.

deviation)

The data is clearly and The data is represented in The data is represented 2 The data is represented

accurately represented in circle and bar graphs, as of the graphs, OR all three in only 1 of the graphs.

circle and bar graphs, as well well as a histogram, and are are unclear or inaccurate.

Graphical as a histogram. mostly accurate. Graphs are unclear and

Representation 1-2 elements of the unable to be

Axes are labelled and graphs Graphs are accurate, with graphs are missing (labels, interpreted.

are easy to interpret. one or fewer errors/missing numbers, etc.)

elements.

The shape of the distribution The shape of the The shape of the The shape of the

of the data is clearly stated, distribution is clearly stated, distribution is stated but a distribution is not

and thoroughly justified with and briefly justified with justification is missing. stated, or does not

Distribution reference to the graphs. reference to the graph. match the data.

in support of the answer.

Name: ________________

Success Criteria

Data Set 1from In class (Dice/Pom-Poms/ Coin Flip/ Card Deck):

I described, in 1-3 sentences, what I did to obtain my data. A tally of my data has been included.

The theoretical and experimental probabilities for each outcome were calculated

The theoretical and experimental probabilities were both represented in the following ways each:

o Bar graph (by hand or computer)

o Circle graph (by hand or computer)

I have compared, in 1-3 sentences, my experimental results to the theoretical results. I have provided

possible reasons for any differences.

I have answered the questions thoroughly, drawn my graphs to scale, and labelled them clearly.

A total of 5 different survey questions were created, with appropriate target audiences stated for each.

At least one gives continuous data, and at least one gives discrete data.

AT LEAST ONE survey question was asked to a specific sample (the class, people in the cafeteria, etc.),

and that question gave continuous data.

I explained my choice of sample.

I identified my sampling strategy, and explained why I chose this strategy.

I have a minimum of 25 pieces of data from my survey.

I clearly stated whether this information is from a primary or secondary source.

I have identified and explained the biases present in my survey (in both the sampling technique and

the wording of my question).

I have given suggestions to lessen the bias.

I have determined the mean, median, and mode of my survey responses.

I have determined the range of my survey responses.

I have determined the variance of my survey responses.

I have determined the standard deviation of my survey responses.

My data is graphically represented in ALL of the following ways:

o Circle graph

o Bar graph

o Histogram

I have described the shape of the distribution of my bar graph (normal, bimodal, or skewed) and have

justified why I feel that it is this distribution.

This information may be handed in as a physical portfolio (on paper, in a duo-tang), an electronic presentation

(PowerPoint, Prezi, video, etc.). If handed in on the check-in days, your assignment will be evaluated, given

back, and may be resubmitted on the final deadline with corrections made. All portions of the final product

are due on the final deadline.

Name: ________________

A public opinion poll was taken before an election. People were asked who

they planned to vote for: The Yays or The Nays. The results are shown in the bar

graph shown. (55% for the Yays, 45% for the Nays).

For this activity, you will use a random number generator to simulate the actual

election. Any number 1-55 will be considered a vote for the Yays, while any

number 56-100 will be considered a vote for the Nays.

1. On the random number generator, set the minimum number to 1 and the maximum number to 100.

Then, run 100 trials (by clicking generate), and record the numbers that appear in the chart below:

2. Tally your numbers as votes for the Yays or Nays. In the box, create a bar graph representing the votes.

Represent the number of votes as a percent of total votes (like the bar graph of the preliminary results

above).

Vote Results

The Yays The Nays

% of Votes: _____ % of Votes: _____

Name: ________________

votes

Yays: 360 = 360 = _______

100 100

votes

Nays: 360 = 360 = _______

100 100

4. Who won the election? How do these results compare to the initial poll?

5. Why do you think we chose 1-55 to represent a vote for the Yays, and 56-100 to represent a vote for

the Nays?

6. Why might the actual election results differ from a preliminary poll (make reference to real-life

situations, NOT the random number generator).

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